Queen Elizabeth deck 3 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Queen Elizabeth deck 3

  • Royal Court Theatre (upper balcony level 3 of 3)
  • Queens Room (upper level 2 of 2)
  • Promenade Deck
  • Royal Arcade is the ship’s boutique shopping gallery for top name brands, such as H Stern, Harrods, Hackett, Chopard, Hermes, Harris Tweed, Hindmarch, Penhaligons. The list of items on sale here includes Cunard logo merchandise, luxury jewelry and watches, brand perfumes, leather goods, formal wear (tuxedo rentals/purchases).
  • Clarendon Fine Art gallery shows and sells in auctions expensive originals and lithographs by some of the world’s most famous 20th century painters, along with contemporary British art. It has an Art Director providing information during opening hours.
  • Cunarders Gallery is organized as a small onboard museum with all old Cunard liners (B&W photos, history information, artifacts).
  • Cunard ConneXions complex has 3 separate conference-meeting rooms. Rooms 2 and 3 (location portside) can be joined together. They host various enrichment program events and workshops/classes (design, painting, foreign languages, cooking, wine tasting, navigation and seamanship), also business conferences and group meetings (equipment provided).
  • Library (upper level 2 of 2)
  • “Fortnum and Mason” Shop is a Fortnum’s store (UK quality food luxury store /the first at sea).
  • Atrium (upper level 3 of 3)
  • Card Room doubles as Conference Room 1.
  • The Alcove is a quiet room with a huge jigsaw puzzle.
  • Midships Bar & Lounge is a cocktail bar with live piano music, comfy armchairs, crescent shaped marble barplot.
  • Images Gallery (photo gallery) has both high-tech touch screens and the good old conservative photo display. In the evenings it exhibits fine art.
  • Britannia Restaurant (upper level 2 of 2).